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Author: Guy, Thomas,; Ligon, Richard.; Peter Parker.
Subject: Barbados; Description and travel; Early works to 1800; Manufacture and refining; Natural history; Plants; Sugar
Publisher: London : Printed, and are to be sold by Peter Parker ... and Thomas Guy ... ,
Possible copyright status: Permission to digitize granted by rights holder
Digitizing sponsor: Missouri Botanical Garden
Book contributor: Missouri Botanical Garden
Collection: botanicus; biodiversity
Full catalog record: MARCXML
This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Subject: Rights status of this?
What does "Permission to digitize granted by rights holder" actually mean? I am assuming that the rights holder to this actual physical work is long long dead. The only rights can be on the digital copies of the work. But how can the permission to digitise be given to by the rights holder to digital copies not yet born? Who actually owns the rights to these digital copies? If the Internet Archive digitised the work, doesn't it own the rights?
|Call-number:||QH109.B35 L53 1673|
|Ocr:||ABBYY FineReader 8.0|